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Office Agency

Complete Service

We offer a seamless and complete advisory service, involving our capital markets, leasehold advisory and research teams. This means our clients are the best advised in the market.

We work with developers, investors, occupiers and public sector organisations to maximise the financial potential of their property assets across the full mix of office assets, including:

  • City Centre
  • Business Parks
  • New & Refurbished
  • Preletting
  • Single Floors
  • Multiple Occupancy
  • Landmark Developments

Regional, national and international approach

Our team has the capability to execute a targeted approach regionally, nationally and internationally to maximise opportunities for you. We are one of the few firms who make their international network really work you. C&W’s ‘iDesk’ provides a London based central point of contact to the Americas and Asia to help promote brands and leverage relationships globally. Connectivity has never been a greater asset; we want to share it with you.


Experience and Resources


Cushman & Wakefield has established teams focused on office agency located across the UK. We were the first global firm to open an office in the Thames Valley.

Over the past few years we have drawn on the experience of teams in Business Space and advised on office developments, comprehensive refurbishments, office acquisitions, sale and leaseback transactions and leasehold liability transfers, so you can benefit from our considerable experience at all levels in the office sector.


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Perspectives Magazine

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